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Saturday ko saturday kyoun bolte hai............

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Asked by sahzad ali, 29 Mar '08 10:43 am
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Because the day is dedicated to the planet Saturn.

(All seven days are dedicated to the seven planets.)
Answered by Shahryar Pax, 29 Mar '08 05:49 pm

 
  
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The name may be derived from Saturn.
Answered by Your Friend, 29 Mar '08 10:50 am

 
  
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Cz sunday nahi bol sakte
Answered by nrdx kesot, 29 Mar '08 10:43 am

 
  
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Yeh khas din hota hain
Answered by anil garg, 14 Mar '11 02:52 pm

 
  
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Main to Saniwar bi bolta hun.
Answered by Dharmarajan, 07 Nov '09 11:05 am

 
  
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It was named no later than the second century for the planet (Saturn), which controlled the first hour of that day . The planet was named for the Roman god of agriculture Saturn. It has been called dies Saturni ("Saturn's Day"), and gradually evolved into the word "Saturday".

Saturday is the only day of the week in which the English name comes from Roman mythology. The English names of all of the other days of the week come from Germanic mythology. In India, Saturday is Shanivar, based on Shani, the Vedic God manifested in the planet Saturn. In the Thai solar calendar of Thailand, the day is named from the Pali word for Saturn, and the color associated with Saturday is purple. The Celtic languages also name this day for Saturn: Irish an Satharn or dia Sathuirn, Scottish Gaelic Disathairne, Welsh dydd Sadwrn, Breton disadorn.

In Jewish tradition Saturday is the Shabbat. Christianity adopted this tradition in terms of the Sabbath. Thus, in many languages the Saturday is named after ...more
Answered by Naimisha, 29 Mar '08 11:18 pm

 
  
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